Inna Koldorf

Associée | Vaughan

905.532.6647

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Inna Koldorf’s practice is focused in the areas of Labour & Employment Law, Human Rights Law, and Workplace Investigations. Inna provides clients with strategic advice and training to ensure legal compliance with the different aspects of workplace law, leaving them with more time to run their business rather than having to address human resource issues. Having advised and represented unions and employees earlier in her career, Inna brings a unique perspective to the counsel and representation that she now provides exclusively to employers. She has developed an expertise in construction labour relations, and often assists employers with communications during organizing campaigns, responding to certification applications, and addressing day-to-day human resources issues on construction sites.

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David Schnurr and Inna Koldorf present at Social Media and Internet Law seminar

On October 15, 2018, David Schnurr and Inna Koldorf present at the Social Media and Internet Law: Your Comprehensive Guide program. David Schnurr presents a seminar entitled « Essential Legal Considerations in Cloud Computing« . Inna Koldorf presents a seminar entitled « Workplace issues: Managing...

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Inna Koldorf speaks at Employment Law Q&A session

Inna Koldorf is the featured guest at the Vaughan Business Enterprise Centre’s « Employment Law Q&A Session for Employers ». Inna will be available at this informal drop-in session to answer questions on new amendments to the Employment Standards Act, minimum wage,...

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Inna Koldorf speaks at New Employment Standards seminar

Inna Koldorf presents to the City of Vaughan, « New Employment Standards and Your Bottom Line: A Review of Bill 148 for Business Owners ».

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Sexual Harassment and Intimidation at Work are “Not Connected to Employment”, Court Finds

In a decision that employers should find troubling, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice recently noted that sexual harassment, intimidation and other “improper conduct” at work are not connected to employment and are therefore not covered by a full and...

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Canada Tables First Federal Accessibility Legislation

Following in the footsteps of Ontario, Manitoba and Nova Scotia, the federal government recently introduced the Accessible Canada Act (the “Act”), aimed at bringing down barriers in federal organizations for individuals with disabilities. The new Act defines “barriers” to include...

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Employee of Independent Contractor? Recent Trends in the Classification of Workers

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Canadian workplaces have gone through significant changes in the last two decades. The rapid development of technology has caused the traditional bricks-and-mortar workplace, which was most common in the past, to morph into various non-traditional spaces. Likewise, workplace relationships today...

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Then Now Next: Ontario Government Introduces Pay Transparency Legislation

Only weeks after the new amendments to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”) and their focus on precarious employment  came into effect, the Ontario government introduced a new bill aimed at increasing pay transparency. Bill 203, the Pay Transparency  Act,...

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